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‘PLL’ Preview: Aria Lashes Out At Ezra About Her Kidnapping — Watch

Tue, June 9, 2015 11:33am EDT by Add first Comment

Aria will deal with her kidnapping and she does not need any input from Ezra, but thanks for playing. In a sneak peek of the new episode of ‘Pretty Little Liars,’ we see just how much she is unwilling to take advice– from anyone.

On the season 6 premiere of Pretty Little Liars, we saw Aria (Lucy Hale) and the rest of the liars escape from the clutches of ChArles. However, on the June 6 episode, the fallout of their kidnapping will start to unfold, which means some major arguments between Aria and Ezra (Ian Harding). Watch a sneak peek to see the Ezria drama unfold!


When it comes to understanding what happened to Aria and her friends while they were fearing their lives under Charles, Ezra might just want to shush. However, Aria does ask him to keep her company in this clip!

He sits down and Aria wastes pretty much no time. “Did I remember to thank you for saving my life?” she asks him. “Verbally,” he says. “Still waiting for that thank you card in the mail, though.”

Of course, the conversation quickly takes a serious turn. “I was only in that place for a few minutes,” he tells her. “You were there a lot longer so this may seem like a really simplistic question, but are you alright?”

“I will be,” she responds. The interaction seems super sweet at first, but on PLL, we know that sort of thing generally doesn’t last too long.

Ezra suggests that Aria write about her experience, not necessarily for public consumption, just for herself. He thinks it will help her cope with the traumatic events.

“I don’t want to do that,” she says, snapping at him. “I don’t want to own it. I don’t want to memorialize it… I want a nice, big wall between before and after.” Well, we’d say he was just trying to help, Aria, but we don’t want to get our heads bitten off like him, so we’ll just step aside.

Do you think Ezra was just trying to help or was he crossing the line?

— Casey Mink